Dutch business opportunities in the Russian agrifood sector; Animal protein sector and Moscow Metropolitan fresh food chain

J.H.M. Wijnands, N.I. Valeeva, S. van Berkum

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Abstract

This report studies the Russian animal protein sector and the Moscow Metropolitan Food Security. It aims at identifying the opportunities for Dutch business to do businesses through exports or via local investments. Public available government policies, papers and interviews with stakeholders are the information sources for this study. Russia has a population of 140m and a robust GDP growth. Doing business indicators indicate several deficiencies in the economic environment in the country, yet the outlook for agricultural development and food consumption patterns show ample business opportunities.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationThe Hague
PublisherLEI, onderdeel van Wageningen UR
Number of pages87
Publication statusPublished - 2012

Publication series

NameLEI memorandum
PublisherLEI, onderdeel van Wageningen UR
No.13-018

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Animals
Moscow
Food chain
Protein
Food consumption patterns
Stakeholders
Agricultural development
Information sources
Government policy
Russia
GDP growth
Business to business
Economic environment
Food security

Keywords

  • food production
  • fresh products
  • food chains
  • animal proteins
  • food policy
  • trade
  • consumption
  • businesses
  • russia
  • netherlands
  • knowledge

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Wijnands, J. H. M., Valeeva, N. I., & van Berkum, S. (2012). Dutch business opportunities in the Russian agrifood sector; Animal protein sector and Moscow Metropolitan fresh food chain. (LEI memorandum; No. 13-018). The Hague: LEI, onderdeel van Wageningen UR.
Wijnands, J.H.M. ; Valeeva, N.I. ; van Berkum, S. / Dutch business opportunities in the Russian agrifood sector; Animal protein sector and Moscow Metropolitan fresh food chain. The Hague : LEI, onderdeel van Wageningen UR, 2012. 87 p. (LEI memorandum; 13-018).
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Wijnands, JHM, Valeeva, NI & van Berkum, S 2012, Dutch business opportunities in the Russian agrifood sector; Animal protein sector and Moscow Metropolitan fresh food chain. LEI memorandum, no. 13-018, LEI, onderdeel van Wageningen UR, The Hague.

Dutch business opportunities in the Russian agrifood sector; Animal protein sector and Moscow Metropolitan fresh food chain. / Wijnands, J.H.M.; Valeeva, N.I.; van Berkum, S.

The Hague : LEI, onderdeel van Wageningen UR, 2012. 87 p. (LEI memorandum; No. 13-018).

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